What the research shows
SpringMath is a comprehensive MTSS/RTI math system based on breakthrough empirical research that deploys a model proven to improve math outcomes in an easy-to-implement, equitable, and cost-effective manner.
SpringMath benefits from research conducted by its author, Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden, as well as other respected scholars in education and psychology.
Research-based, valid, and reliable math achievement
Twenty years of academic research has shown that SpringMath produces equitable achievement and significantly decreases the performance gap.
Based on best-available research evidence
See a list of references to studies (PDF)
Highly rated by the National Center for Intensive Intervention
See Academic Intervention Tools Chart and SpringMath scoring details
Demonstrated growth on internal and external measures
View PSAT and Acadience Math data (PDF)
Experimental evidence that intervention produces equitable achievement
Evidence for Interventions — Outcomes for equitable decision making (PDF)
SpringMath uniquely equips districts for accelerated student math achievement.
Mastery measures* — closely connected to grade-level content — are powerful success predictors
Classwide interventions rapidly drive achievement for all students, and pinpoint those in need of intensive intervention
Evidence-based interventions are proven to significantly impact student learning
Intervention packets align to student needs and include conceptual understanding activities
Progress monitoring shows student-, class-, and system-level growth in actionable, sharable graphs and summaries
Integrated implementation science removes barriers that often cause MTSS systems to fail
*only available through SpringMath, patent-pending